Spent 4 days there 2 seasons ago... Thought they had a decent variety of terrain. Didn't have crazy lift lines even on the weekend. They weren't doing the full double-area lift ticket with Moonlight yet, so I didn't check that half out. If the double blacks or couliers from the top of the tram (and via hiking) aren't enough for you, you must like base jumping... we had like 2 feet of powder one great afternoon up on the bowl at the bottom of the steeps on the far left of lone peak (as looking from base, when interestingly the rest of the place had only 3-6 inches...) but I had only my 66 waisted carvers and still kick myself for not have the fat skis yet!
I was with a group of guys whose interest in skiing was NEARLY equal to their interest in fine dining and massages/hot tubs; that's so totally NOT me, I'm all about the skiing!!! So MY "unsophisticated" opinion on the after skiing; You can find fine dining, but not a lot of variety... and yes a massage and hot tub too. After a couple nights of hanging with the group and spending way more than twice my lift ticket on MY part of dinner/wine, asked a couple staff (bar tenders/waiter/etc) where THEY hang out. Two of us headed there late, a great cheap beer/pool tables/darts having a blast kinda place!!! Wish I could remember the name?
That's MY best ski resort travel tip... ask the young staff where THEY go!!! Whaaaa Hooo!!
ps One guy trashed a knee so two of the group did the Yellowstone snowmobile trip the last day, they LOVED it!